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... the language Tswana, a language spoken by 6.1 million people in Southern Africa including the Batswana people (plural of Motswana, the name for someone from Botswana). I'm excited for the opportunities to get to know the Batswana people and culture and explore a new place.
I'm excited, but a little nervous...I don't think you can take this big of a trip to a new place where you ...
... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...
... 00 pm. We went straight into the Admirals Lounge, to our joy next door to our gate. The ladies in there were awesome and laughed with us at the goings on. I told them about the lady in front of me who was getting married in three hours and was about to miss her connecting because of the flight delays and she said she did not fell sorry for her at all. She gave us a special premium drink card and sent us on our way. We went straight to the loo and Andrew went straight then to the ...
... and picked up a few items and a bottle of red.
We met the vroup inthe vrrandah room for dinner and met the 4 new people. Ian & Jocelyn and Grahame & Christine.. Very nice meal soup, fish, beef etc.
Had a drink downstairs afterwards then off to bed for an early start, for tomorrow we go to ...
... and sophomore year. You were a very unexpected friend because you were the complete opposite of who I was and not someone who I would go out and party crazy with. Thank you for being there when I just needed to have a calm day like a picnic in the biotech quad or a walk through campus. You helped me realize that my life doesn't have to be going at 150 mph at all time and that I can stop and enjoy the small things in life. You have such a kind heart, and I thank you for sharing ...